During the surfing on the internet, users can accidentally close the important page. If you don’t remember exactly how did you find it, it can be pretty annoying because finding it again can take a lot of time. Fortunately, the developers of the Opera web browser implemented the option in the settings that can solve the problem easily. Let’s see how to re-open recently closed tab in Opera web browser.
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How To Re-open Recently Closed Tab In Opera Web Browser
The interface, with which you can open the closed tabs, calls “History”.
- Start Opera web browser.
- Click on “Menu” button on the top left corner of the Opera window;
- From the drop-down menu select “History”.
This will open a special window, which displays a list of all the webpages that you have visited recently in descending order (the most recent is at the top). Just browse and click on and the web page will open.
Similarly, you can get the history of visited pages using the keyboard combination Ctrl + H.
The search among hundreds of links in the “History” can be very uncomfortable. If you need to open the last closed page – you can use a more convenient interface. At the top of the window, just above the search (address) line is the tab bar. Just click on the tab with the right mouse button and in the drop-down menu click on “Reopen last closed tab” and the previously closed page will open.
Another way to find the lost web page is with the icon on the top-right corner in the form of two lines and one arrow. Click on it and in the new window – “Recently closed” you will see all the previously closed tabs. Select the site from the list and click on it.
This section contains information about all the resources that you have closed since the launch of Opera. If you close your browser and re-open – the list will be cleared.
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